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Autograph letters signed from Josie Henshaw to William Winter 1857-1886.

Author: Josie Henshaw; William Winter; Elizabeth C Winter; William Oliver Henshaw; Robert Young
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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(1) Thanks Winter for his testimonial and writes "May your meridian of success be equal in lustre to its dawn - then like a brother poet you may awaken some bright morning to find yourself famous." Signed from Josie Bridges with pencil annotation [in William Jefferson Winter's hand?]: "Henshaw." Addressed from "The Willows," (2) She received Winter's note with the enclosed verses; addressed from "School Room."  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Manuscripts
Letters
Correspondence Manuscripts
Named Person: Josie Henshaw; William Winter; Elizabeth C Winter; William Oliver Henshaw; Arthur Winter
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Josie Henshaw; William Winter; Elizabeth C Winter; William Oliver Henshaw; Robert Young
OCLC Number: 668111058
In: Robert Young collection relating to William Winter
Description: 4 items.

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(1) Thanks Winter for his testimonial and writes "May your meridian of success be equal in lustre to its dawn - then like a brother poet you may awaken some bright morning to find yourself famous." Signed from Josie Bridges with pencil annotation [in William Jefferson Winter's hand?]: "Henshaw." Addressed from "The Willows," (2) She received Winter's note with the enclosed verses; addressed from "School Room." Signed from Josie. (3) Concerning the death of her husband's mother. Signed from Josie Henshaw and addressed from 49 Linnaean Street, Cambridge; (4) A letter of sympathy, likely concerning the death of the Winter's son Arthur. Addressed to Lizzie and Will and signed from Will and Josie [in Josie's hand]. Addressed from "Home."

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